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<p>Encouraging players to get creative is always a fun way to engage with a game’s community. And, from the wide-eyed anime-inspired characters, to their countless collectable costumes, King’s Raid is a dream for fan artists. Put two and two together…</p><p> Earlier this year, King’s Raid developer Vespa teamed up with online art community Pixiv to launch an exciting competition for fans of the popular mobile RPG. The submission rules were simple: draw an illustration focusing on the heroes of King’s Raid, and enter it by 26th March. The potential reward? The admiration of players the world over, Vespa’s royal seal of approval – oh, and an impressive prize pool of 5 million yen (around £37,000).</p><p> There were a total of 1,061 colourful submissions, featuring heroes striking all sorts of dynamic poses and imagined in all manner of scenarios – from beach parties to wedding ceremonies. The standard was high, which must’ve meant a lot of backroom squabbles and tough decisions for the judges.</p><p> </p><p> There could only be one main winner, though. That accolade went to artist Ren Tian for their work “Memory Fragment”, starring Jane in all her undead, purple-haired glory. Second prize went to two artists: ‘Meling’ for their depiction of Shea, and ‘Chibi Vanille’ for “A new bride’s dream”. 54 entrants in total received prizes for their artistic efforts. But perhaps most exciting of all – Vespa has plans to use the submitted work in exhibitions and fan merchandise.</p><p> You can browse through all the submissions within the game itself – simply log in or download King’s Raid from the App Store or Google Play. Alternatively, you can take a look at the art on the main competition page: https://www.pixiv.net/contest/kingsraid</p>brewbakersrestaurant.com"If Cornelia Bryant was sick, it would not be Doctor Dave or the Methodist doctor she would send for," sniffed Susan. "She would have you out of your hard-earned bed in the middle of the night, doctor, dear, if she took a spell of misery, that she would. And then she would likely say your bill was past all reason. But do not mind her, doctor, dear. It takes all kinds of people to make a world."
<p>NVIDIA SHIELD boasts the best Android gaming has to offer, whether you enjoy games that pit you against flesh-eating hordes of the undead or prefer to lose yourself in more serene adventures where you must rely on your wits and puzzle-solving abilities.</p><p>With so many quality titles to choose from, however, sometimes you can lose track of what’s out there and what’s genuinely worth playing. The following guide showcases 11 recently released games you shouldn’t miss out on NVIDIA SHIELD.</p><p>AfterloopThis puzzle game is a delight in almost every regard. Afterloop’s protagonist is a little robot named PR8 who has to traverse a giant maze, solving puzzles as he goes in order to rescue the other members of his robot family.</p><p>The puzzles consist of sliding arrangements of blocks according to their particular rules of movement in order to reach the exit. It’s a bit like the puzzle game Rush Hour, but with a more complex and engrossing gameplay mechanic.</p><p>Stickman Soccer 2016With the UEFA European Championship under way there’s no better time to indulge in a little footonball action in the excellent soccer title, Stickman Soccer 2016.</p><p>In this update to the original Stickman Soccer, you can take part in US, European and Women’s soccer leagues and enact France 2016 with 24 teams, three rounds and knockout stages.</p><p>Skateboard Party 3Greg Lutzka joins Ratrod Studio Inc’s virtual skateboarding franchise to spectacular effect in Skateboard Party 3. In the game, players can choose from a total of 16 different skaters while upgrading their outfits, skateboards, trucks and wheels as they work their way through 70 challenges.</p><p>Alternatively, you can play against a friend and try to land the baddest trick in Skateboard Party 3.</p><p>Alto's AdventureThis endless runner has a rather unusual setting. Alto’s Adventure’s premise is that your herd of goats has escaped and run off down the mountainside. You get them back by snowboarding down the mountain and running into them.</p><p>Additional points and bonuses can be gained by performing jumps, flips and grinds on your way down while avoiding colliding with hazards. Odd it most certainly is, but Alto’s Adventure is also extremely enjoyable in a laidback kind of way and the striking pastel-shaded visuals are a treat.</p><p>Crush Your EnemiesHaving worked on fullblown, hugely complex realtimestrategy games, the members of indie developer Vile Monarch decided it was time to strip the genre back to its component parts and create something that gamers can enjoy in short bursts.</p><p>Crush Your Enemies presents you with a simple grid-basedmap on which you place your peasants, warriors and archers in an attempt to capture territory, buildings and engage in battle. The strategic elements are robust enough to deliver a weighty challenge and the whole thing is wrapped up in an entertaining package of sharp dialogue and colourful animation.</p><p>Space HulkBeing trapped on a starship with a slew of marauding aliens can only be considered a good thing when it’s happening on your SHIELD device in the form Games Workshops’ turnbased strategy title Space Hulk.</p><p>Due to the claustrophobic nature of Space Hulk’s constrictivecorridors, this is all about deploying your marines at strategic points where they can pick off the attacking Genestealers. It’s a war of attrition that is truly a must-play game on SHIELD.</p><p>MetaBallPlayers looking to put their reflexes to the ultimate test should look no further than MetaBall. The concept couldn’t be simpler. You are presented with a series of mazes floating high in the air (more than 40 of them in fact) and you have to roll your metal ball from the start of the level to the glittering gemstone at the finish.</p><p>This would be easy and somewhat therapeutic if not for the fact that the maze has no walls so you’re constantly in danger of falling off. You’ll also encounter hazards like tiles that send you off in the wrong direction and moving platforms that are a nightmare to come to a halt on. While challenging, MetaBall is also a lot of fun and provides hours of highly addictive entertainment.</p><p>Lost EchoLost Echo is a thoughtprovoking pointandclickadventure that will stay with you long after you’ve seen the closing credits. You play the part of Greg who meets his girlfriend Chloe in the park for an ice cream but a mysterious electrical event renders him unconscious.</p><p>He wakes up in hospital to discover that Chloe has seemingly been written out of history. So begins a journey to find out what happened and what part Greg himself played in the strange events.</p><p>UnkilledMovies and games featuring the undead often have something important to say about society. That’s not the case with Unkilled. This is a tongue-in-cheek (and stunning looking) opportunity to blast the brains out of advancing hordes of zombies.</p><p>Those enemies include Minesweeper, a morbidly obese pile of rotting flesh with a naval mine protruding from his gut, Butcher, who has an unfeasibly large blade fused onto his forearm and Dodger, whose American football gear and swiftness prove both amusing and alarming.</p><p>Resident Evil 5Five years after the post-apocalyptic events depicted in Resident Evil 4, Chris Redfield and his new partner Sheva Alomar are sent to the fictional African city of Kijuju to track down a trader in illegal biological weapons.</p><p>They arrive only to find that the locals have been infected with a virus turning them into murderous hordes of parasite carrying creatures. Cue lots of third-person, intense shooting, exploration, action and gore.</p><p>Resident Evil 5 is a SHIELD Android TV exclusive on Android that leverages NVIDIA’s Tegra X1 technology to bring the complete PC quality experience to your living room.</p><p>Ultimate Chicken HorseUltimate Chicken Horse is a unique and innovative multiplayer platformer in which players take turns to design the levels themselves.</p><p>They do so by placing various objects – platforms, conveyor belts, bombs, buzzsaws and the like – onto a blank level canvas.</p><p>Once the building phase is complete, the players race to play through the level gaining points if they finish first and stop other players with their traps. It’s multiplayer gaming at its best on SHIELD.</p>"Job! It was such a rare thing to find a patient man that when one was really discovered they were determined he shouldn't be forgotten," retorted Miss Cornelia triumphantly. "Anyhow, the virtue doesn't go with the name. There never was such an impatient man born as old Job Taylor over harbor."
"I felt the resentment in your eyes--then I doubted--I thought I must be mistaken--because WHY should it be?"No arguments will give courage to the coward.
"I don't want his remembrances," said Miss Cornelia, curtly.A JACKDAW, seeing some Doves in a cote abundantly provided with food, painted himself white and joined them in order to share their plentiful maintenance. The Doves, as long as he was silent, supposed him to be one of themselves and admitted him to their cote. But when one day he forgot himself and began to chatter, they discovered his true character and drove him forth, pecking him with their beaks. Failing to obtain food among the Doves, he returned to the Jackdaws. They too, not recognizing him on account of his color. expelled him from living with them. So desiring two ends, he obtained neither.